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- World Health Organization
- Australia-OIE One Health Partnership
- United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) – Technical Adviser
- World Bank's Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility
- Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance (APLMA)
- Papua New Guinea Institute of Medical Research
- The Pacific Community
- Health Security Corps
- Alliance for Health Security Cooperation
- Global Health Security Agenda
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Australia works alongside and funds WHO to exercise its mandate in coordinating the IHR, and views this as fundamental for global health security.
The OIE has a program for independently assessing and providing targeted support to countries’ animal health systems called the Performance of Veterinary Services (PVS) Pathway Cycle. The Centre’s Australia-OIE One Health Partnership will have a focus on delivering National Bridging Workshops. These are a joint effort by the OIE and World Health Organisation (WHO) to bring human and animal health counterparts together to identify priority areas where they can work together to improve the national health security system.
We will provide a technical expert for two to three years to FAO’s Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Diseases (ECTAD) in Bangkok, Thailand, to provide technical mentoring, support and advice to national governments in South East Asia. A key aspect of this role will be to coordinate regional epidemiology capacity building programs, meetings and workshops, as part of the implementation of the Association of South East Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) Strategic Framework for Veterinary Epidemiology Capacity Development and Networking.
The World Bank’s Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility (PEF) is a quick-disbursing financing mechanism that provides a surge of funds to enable a rapid and effective response to a large-scale infectious disease outbreak in the world’s poorest countries. Eligible countries can receive timely, predictable, and coordinated financing if affected by an outbreak that meets PEF’s activation criteria.
A high-level initiative for collective action to eliminate malaria across Asia and the Pacific by 2030. The APLMA/APMEN Secretariat delivers its objectives through advocacy and outreach; fostering and strengthening partnerships and innovation; and providing policy guidance.
The Centre aims to support PNG IMR to build its role as the lead institution for medical and health systems research in PNG.
The Centre will fund two specialist positions in SPC for a period of three years to strengthen epidemiology capacity and infection provenion and control.
The Health Security Corps has been established as part of the Australian Volunteers Program, to deploy Australian health professionals in non-clinical roles in partner government agencies, NGOs, international organisations, research bodies and regional institutions.
The Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security leads Australia’s engagement with the Alliance, and provides secretariat support to resources the Alliance’s research program.
GHSA facilitates collaborative capacity-building efforts to support countries accelerate the development and maintenance of the core capacities required under the World Health Organization's (WHO's) International Health Regulations (IHR), the World Organization of Animal Health's (OIE) Performance of Veterinary Services Pathway, and other relevant global health security frameworks.